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Lens review

Canon EF 28 mm f/1.8 USM

6 July 2010
Arkadiusz Olech

9. Ghosting and flares

The tested lens’s work against bright light can be assessed as above average. Near the maximum relative aperture it is even good. You can notice just one small flare in the frame centre and slight discolouration in the frame corner, opposite to the source of light. The situation gets worse on stopping down. Light artifacts become more numerous and more intensive which can be clearly seen in the photos below.

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Canon EF 28 mm f/1.8 USM - Ghosting and flares

Canon EF 28 mm f/1.8 USM - Ghosting and flares

Canon EF 28 mm f/1.8 USM - Ghosting and flares